Hotels Inducted into Historic Hotels Worldwide since January 2016

Pictured Above: Hacienda Santa Rosa, A Luxury Collection Hotel (1899)

44 Iconic Hotels were Inducted into Historic Hotels Worldwide in 2016. Hotels approved for induction into the prestigious Historic Hotels Worldwide registry range from over 886 years old to 75 years old.

The 44 iconic hotels represent more than 11 brands, chains, and collections and include historic hotels from 11 countries, including 19 historic hotels in Mexico.

The oldest historic hotel inducted in 2016 is San Clemente Palace Kempinski, in Venice Italy, built in a former monastery including the sacristy of San Clemente Church, one of the oldest places of worship in Venice dating back to 1131.

Twenty-five of the historic hotels are adaptive reuse historic hotels that have involved converting some or all of a historic building to a hotel. Of the 25 that are adaptive reuse hotels, two were former monasteries, five were working haciendas, one was a convent, and nine were private homes.

San Clemente Palace Kempinski (1131)

Below is the complete list of Historic Hotels Worldwide Hotels Inducted in 2016:

  • San Clemente Palace Kempinski (1131) Venice, Italy (originally a Monastery)
  • Hacienda Labor de Rivera (1560) Guadalajara, México ( originally a Working Hacienda)
  • Hotel de Mendoza (1588) Guadalajara, México (originally a Convent)
  • La Misión de Fray Diego (1596) Yucatán, México (originally a Private Home)
  • Hacienda Temozon, A Luxury Collection Hotel (1655) Yucatán, México (originally a Working Hacienda)
  • Hotel Hacienda Mérida (18th Century) Yucatán, México (originally a Working Hacienda)
  • Hacienda el Carmen Hotel & Spa (1722) Guadalajara, México (originally a Monastery)
  • Hacienda La Magdalena (1735) Zapopan, México (originally a Private Home)
  • Tivoli Palacio de Seteais (1783) Sintra, Portugal (originally a Residence)
  • Hacienda San José, A Luxury Collection Hotel (1800) Yucatán, México (originally a Working Hacienda)
  • Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich (1858) Munich, Germany
  • Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains St. Moritz (1864) St. Moritz, Switzerland
  • Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna (1873) Vienna, Austria (originally a Municipal Building)
  • Hotel Villa Cipriani (1889) Asolo, Italy (originally a Private Residence)
  • Hotel Gran Casa Xalisco (1895) Guadalajara, México (originally a Factory)
  • Hacienda Santa Rosa, A Luxury Collection Hotel (1897) Yucatán, México (originally a Working Hacienda)
  • Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square (1900) Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Hotel San Francisco Plaza (1905) Guadalajara, México (originally Private Homes)
  • Hotel Moskva (1906) Belgrade, Serbia
  • Kempinski Palace Portoroz (1908) Isteria, Portoroz, Slovenia
  • Hacienda Lomajim (1920s) Guadalajara, México (originally a Private Home)
  • Hotel Morales (1930) Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Villa Ganz Boutique Hotel (1930) Guadalajara, México (originally a Private Home)
  • NH Collection Guadalajara Centro Historico (1948) Guadalajara, Mexico (originally a Office Building)
  • Casa Madonna La Providence (1949) Guadalajara, Mexico (originally a Private Home)
  • Hotel San Pietro (1955) Tlaquepaque, México (originally a Private Home)

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